September 2014

  1. Man with brain electrodes attached to his head.


    The University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute is poised to pack a research punch.

  2. The Advanced Research Complex lit up at night.

    The launch of uOttawa’s ARC

    The Advanced Research Complex offers a new model of research in photonics and Earth sciences by gathering scientists from different disciplines under one roof.

  3. The new accelerator mass spectrometer.

    Atomic tour de force

    Geologist Ian Clark and his research team will use the colossal centrepiece of the Advanced Research Complex — an accelerator mass spectrometer — to study radioactive contaminants, one atom at a time.

  4. Madeleine Meilleur, Ontario’s first woman Francophone attorney general.

    Guardian of the public interest

    New attorney general Madeleine Meilleur has a long history of fighting for the rights of Ontario Francophones and nurses.

  5. Gregg Lawless with his personal guitar collection.

    Singing your way to bilingualism

    Alumnus and two-time Juno nominee Gregg Lawless inspires children to learn French through song.

  6. Ian O’Meara in front of his Green Rebel restaurant.

    Real food rebel

    Ian O’Meara uses his entrepreneurial spirit to serve fresh food in an environmentally responsible way.

  7. Sherifa Mahamad Hadi at the uOttawa campus.

    Leading the way

    Two uOttawa alumnae are helping second-generation Canadians make the big shift from high school to university.

  8. Tina Desabrais, ACFO PR president.

    Ongoing rise of La Francophonie

    Alumna Tina Desabrais (PhD Education 2013, M.A. in Lettres françaises 2005) was elected president of the Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario de Prescott et Russell in June.

  9. Justin Mcleod and Jean-Rene Landry use a Makerbot Replicator 2 to print some plastic 3D models.

    Ready? Set! Create!

    Robot tools, 3D printers, and precision-cutters get the creative juices flowing at student-run Makerspace.

  10. Angus McMurtry.

    Breaking down silos

    Physicians, nurses, lab technicians, teachers and other health professionals learn about the power of cross-disciplinary collaboration.

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